My kid-friendly story with a couple of adult innuendos. Many of the word contributors this week were pre-teens at a swim party!
In Bobby’s wonky imaginative world, he spends his ruminant day lost over the rainbow, doing a clumsy tango and canoolding with seventeen iglets. His world is free of Hepatitis or any virus. There is no annealing of a wing nut for an explosive mangonel or torpedo, and no stinky socks. His extraordinary estival world has a petaloid dragon and no lack of food. Everyone has soda, blueberries, doughnuts, beignets, and a lollipop. The sparkling water of the ocean has no pirate, but is full of paddlefish, surströmming, a guppy, and a nice hippopatamous. There’s no one to emasculate, hornswoggle or bumfuzzle him. No conjecture by a baudy comb-over oompa loompa. A member of the house of Slytherin performs prestidigitation with a hanger, an animal and a flower to end his day. Everything is wonderful in Bobby‘s world.
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NORMAL PEOPLE WORDS
animal, blueberries, Bobby, clumsy, comb-over, doughnuts, dragon, explosive, extraordinary, flower, food, guppy, hanger, Hepatitis, hippopotamus, imaginative, lollipop, lost over the rainbow, pirate, seventeen, soda, sparkling water, stinky socks, tango, torpedo, virus
annealing— heating (metal or glass) and allow it to cool slowly, in order to remove internal stresses and toughen it.
baudy— dealing with sexual matters in a comical way; humorously indecent.
beignets—a square of fried dough eaten hot sprinkled with confectioners’ sugar.
conjecture—an opinion or conclusion formed on the basis of incomplete information.
emasculate—deprive (a man) of his male role or identity.
estival— belonging to or appearing in summer.
hornswoggle—get the better of (someone) by cheating or deception.
mangonel— a military device for throwing stones and other missiles.
paddlefish—a large, mainly freshwater fish related to the sturgeon, with an elongated snout.
petaloid— resembling the petal of a flower.
prestidigitation—magic tricks performed as entertainment.
ruminant—a contemplative person; a person given to meditation.
surströmming Swedish for “sour herring.” Fermented Baltic Sea herring that has been a part of traditional northern Swedish cuisine since at least the 16th century.
wing nut— a nut with a pair of projections for the fingers to screw it on. 2. an Asian tree of the walnut family, with a deeply fissured trunk, compound leaves, and characteristic broad-winged nutlets.
URBAN DICTIONARY WORDS
bumfuzzle— to confuse
canoodling ( urban def) laying in bed and cuddling with a lover.
iglets—fantastically great people or things; may also be mind alteringly beautiful
oompa loompa— 1. any of the fictional dwarves who manufacture candy and sarcastically dispense songs of advice in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. 2. A person appearing orange from fake tanning.
Slythern—one of the four Houses at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, founded by Salazar Slytherin
wonky— crooked; off-center; askew.